We haven’t agreed to go to South Africa tour: BCCI

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), treasurer Arun Dhumal, denied Cricket South Africa's (CSA) declare that the board had not made any dedication to go to South Africa in August, solely to debate its prospects.

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                 But Dhumal rejected his phrases.

Dhumal instructed PTI, "When the tour of South Africa to India was canceled on account of Corona virus an infection, we had mentioned that the Indian staff would attempt to tour South Africa. However, we by no means made any dedication to go to in August.

This senior BCCI official clarified that except the federal government approves worldwide journey, BCCI won’t be able to make any dedication to any nation.

'We can't say something proper now'

Dhumal mentioned, 'Right now, we are able to't even resolve whether or not we are able to ship the staff to Sri Lanka after which Zimbabwe (T20 collection) in July. Both these visits are a part of our FTP program. We nonetheless have no idea what would be the state of affairs after two months. In such a state of affairs, how can we decide to the tour of South Africa?

When Dhumal was requested about CSA Cricket Director Sourav Ganguly's help for the post of ICC President, he mentioned that if an Indian holds this place, it will likely be good for world cricket.

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He mentioned, 'There has been no formal dialogue within the BCCI concerning the post of ICC President. Graeme Smith spoke in his private capability which isn’t the perspective of CSA. CSA President Chris Nanjani, in an announcement launched on Friday, refused to help Smith's involvement with Ganguly.

'We haven’t discussed it'

Dhumal mentioned, "As far as the BCCI is concerned, we would definitely like to see an Indian leading the global body and our chairman clearly has the ability." But we’ve not discussed it.

The Ministry of Civil Aviation has introduced the graduation of home flights from May 25. Dhumal mentioned that the board may discover the choice of a protected place for the nationwide camp. If it can’t be held on the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore, Dharamshala generally is a good choice. There can be a facility of indoor stadium in Dharamshala.

He mentioned, 'Since that is my state affiliation, I can not advocate it. But after exploring the choices, if the BCCI feels that there generally is a camp in Dharamshala, then we’re prepared for each form of association. Even the 'Pavilion' resort the place the Indian staff stops can be a part of the HPCA (Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association). '

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